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The more thou dost advance, the more thy feet pitfalls will meet. The Path that leadeth on is lighted by one fire- the light of daring burning in the heart. The more one dares, the more he shall obtain. The more he fears, the more that light shall pale - and that alone can guide. -- H. P. Blavatsky
Author: Blavatsky, H. P.Era: 1831
 
March to the battle-field, The foe is now before us; Each heart is Freedom's shield, And heaven is shining o'er us. -- Barry O'Meara
Author: O'Meara, BarryEra: 1786
 
How good is man's life, the mere living! How fit to employ all the heart and the soul and the senses forever in joy! -- Robert Browning
Author: Browning, RobertEra: 1812
 
What light is to the eyes - what air is to the lungs - what love is to the heart, liberty is to the soul of man. -- Robert G. Ingersoll
Author: Ingersoll, Robert G.Era: 1833
 
Nothing arouses ambition so much in the heart as the trumpet-clang of another's fame. -- Baltasar Gracian
Author: Gracian, BaltasarEra: 1601
 
Never rail at the world, it is just as we make it,- We see not the flower if we sow not the seed; And as for ill-luck, why, it's just as we take it,- The heart that's in earnest no bars can impede. -- Charles Swain
Author: Swain, CharlesEra: 1803
 
To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true for all men - that is genius. -- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Author: Emerson, Ralph WaldoEra: 1803
 
One lives with so many bad deeds on one's conscience and some good intentions in one's heart. -- Pierre Reverdy
Author: Reverdy, PierreEra: 1889
 
Labour not after riches first, and think thou afterwards wilt enjoy them. He who neglecteth the present moment, throweth away all that he hath. As the arrow passeth through the heart, while the warrior knew not that it was coming; so shall his life be taken away before he knoweth that he hath it. -- Akhenaton
Author: AkhenatonEra: -1375
 
Oh hast thou forgotten this day we must part? It may be for years and it may be forever; Oh why art thou silent, thou voice of my heart? -- Julia Crawford
Author: Crawford, JuliaEra: 1800
 
The coward wretch whose hand and heart Can bear to torture aught below, Is ever first to quail and start From the slightest pain or equal foe. -- Eliza Cook
Author: Cook, ElizaEra: 1818
 
Acquaint thyself with God, if thou would'st taste His works. Admitted once to his embrace, Thou shalt perceive that thou was blind before: Thine eye shall be instructed; and thine heart Made pure shall relish with divine delight Till then unfelt, what hands divine have wrought. -- William Cowper
Author: Cowper, WilliamEra: 1731
 
A torn jacket is soon mended; but hard words bruise the heart of a child. -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Author: Longfellow, Henry WadsworthEra: 1807
 
The Vatican is a dagger in the heart of Italy. -- Giuseppe Garibaldi
Author: Garibaldi, GiuseppeEra: 1807
 
The best man in his dwelling loves the earth. In his heart, he loves what is profound. In his associations, he loves humanity. In his words, he loves faithfulness. In government, he loves order. In handling affairs, he loves competence. In his activities, he loves timeliness. It is because he does not compete that he is without reproach. -- Lao-Tzu
Author: Lao-TzuEra: -604
 
Hateful to me as are the gates of hell, Is he who, hiding one thing in his heart, Utters another. -- Homer
Author: HomerEra: -700
 
Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of America had better learn baseball, the rules and realities of the game - and do it by watching first some high school or small-town teams. -- Jacques Barzun
Author: Barzun, JacquesEra: 1907
 
Heavy hearts, like heavy clouds in the sky, are best relieved by the letting of a little water. -- Antoine Rivarol
Author: Rivarol, AntoineEra: 1753
 
True thoughts have duration in themselves. If the thoughts endure, the seed is enduring; if the seed endures, the energy endures; if the energy endures, then will the spirit endure. The spirit is thought; thought is the heart; the heart is the fire; the fire is the Elixir. -- Lu Yen
Author: Yen, LuEra: 800
 
Cultivate peace first in the garden of your heart by removing the weeds of lust, hatred, greed, selfishness, and jealousy. Then only you can manifest it externally. Then only, those who come in contact with you, will be benefited by your vibrations of peace and harmony. -- Sivananda
Author: SivanandaEra: 1887
 
For his heart was in his work, and the heart Giveth grace unto every Art. -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Author: Longfellow, Henry WadsworthEra: 1807
 
If the thoughts are absolutely tranquil the heavenly heart can be seen. The heavenly heart lies between sun and moon (i.e. between the two eyes). It is the home of the inner light. To make light circulate is the deepest and most wonderful secret. The light is easy to move, but difficult to fix. If it is made to circulate long enought, then it crystallizes itself; that is the natural spirit body... -- Lu Yen
Author: Yen, LuEra: 800
 
As a rock on the seashore he standeth firm, and the dashing of the waves disturbeth him not. He raiseth his head like a tower on a hill, and the arrows of fortune drop at his feet. In the instant of danger, the courage of his heart sustaineth him; and the steadiness of his mind beareth him out. -- Akhenaton
Author: AkhenatonEra: -1375
 
O, he sits high in all the people's hearts; And that which would appear offence in us, His countenance, like richest alchemy, Will change to virtue and to worthiness. -- William Shakespeare
Author: Shakespeare, WilliamEra: 1564
 
The heart of a man to the heart of a maid - Light of my tents, be fleet - Morning awaits at the end of the world, And the world is all at our feet. -- Rudyard Kipling
Author: Kipling, RudyardEra: 1865
 
O! many a shaft, at random sent, Finds mark the archer little meant! And many a word, at random spoken, May soothe or wound a heart that's broken! -- Sir Walter Scott
Author: Scott, Sir WalterEra: 1771
 
Since time is not a person we can overtake when he is past, let us honor him with mirth and cheerfulness of heart while he is passing. -- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Author: Goethe, Johann VonEra: 1749
 
The great man is he who does not lose his child-heart. He does not think beforehand that his words shall be sincere, nor that his acts shall be resolute; he simply abides in the right. -- Mencius
Author: MenciusEra: -371
 
Love is space and time measured by the heart. -- Marcel Proust
Author: Proust, MarcelEra: 1871
 
No evil propensity of the human heart is so powerful that it may not be subdued by discipline. -- Seneca
Author: SenecaEra: -4
 
Life is short. Time is fleeting. Realise the Self. Purity of the heart is the gateway to God. Aspire. Renounce. Meditate. Be good; do good. Be kind; be compassionate. Inquire, know Thyself. -- Sivananda
Author: SivanandaEra: 1887
 
The beauty of the world has two edges, one of laughter, one of anguish, cutting the heart asunder. -- Virginia Woolf
Author: Woolf, VirginiaEra: 1882
 
He who knoweth the precepts by heart, but faileth to practice them, is like unto one who lighteth a lamp and then shutteth his eyes. -- Nagarjuna
Author: NagarjunaEra: 100
 
Temptation is the fire that brings up the scum of the heart. -- Thomas Boston
Author: Boston, ThomasEra: 1676
 
Come live in my heart, and pay no rent. -- Samuel Lover
Author: Lover, SamuelEra: 1797
 
Hear the words of prudence, give heed unto her counsels, and store them in thine heart; her maxims are universal, and all the virtues lean upon her; she is the guide and the mistress of human life. -- Akhenaton
Author: AkhenatonEra: -1375
 
Ah, how skillful grows the hand That obeyeth Love's command! It is the heart and not the brain That to the highest doth attain, And he who followeth Love's behest Far excelleth all the rest. -- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Author: Longfellow, Henry WadsworthEra: 1807
 
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